At about 4pm today, one of my staff found a RM50 note just under the counter. She gave it to me and I told my three cashiers that I would keep the note first. When I checked their cash machine later, I would know whom it belonged to.
So later I checked their cash machine, none of them had a shortage of RM50. Immediately, my first cashier recalled an incident.
I checked the cctv:
Earlier at about 2.40pm, two customers wanted to buy a RM80 hamper. One of them put two pieces of RM50 on the counter. There was a gush of wind and the notes flew down towards us. My cashier just picked up a piece and showed to the customer that it was not enough. The other customer quickly just gave another piece of RM50.
I wonder why the first customer didn't voice out that he had given RM100. After paying, they went out with the hamper without making any noise.
I hope they would come back and I would return the RM50 to them..
It belongs to them..